March 2019. Modelling shows existing policies put Europe on track for emission cuts of at least 50% by 2030.
January 2019. Annual review of the European electricity transition shows that phase-out of hard coal is outpacing lignite.
November 2018. High-resolution atmospheric modelling reveals how air pollution from Europe’s 103 coal companies damages public health.
May 2018. Stakeholder perspectives on barriers and solutions for decarbonising industries.
April 2018. This report shows that the UK is on track to phase-out coal by 2025 without building any new large gas plants.
April 2018. Analysis of 2018 ETS emissions reveals that EU emissions rise for the first time in 7 years.
March 2018. This report shows how agreed reform of the Effort Sharing Regulation lets the EU miss its 2030 climate target.
February 2018. In this briefing we show how the 550gCO2/kWh legislation would stop the dirtiest plants getting capacity payments.
January 2018. The fourth annual EU Power Sector Review, examining the data on renewables growth, electricity use and emissions.
January 2018. Our response to the European Commission consultation on protection from Carbon Leakage.
December 2017. Why one-off flexibility between ETS / ESR would increase total EU emission budget.
December 2017. Why policymakers should limit a second distribution round of the Safety Reserve.
December 2017. Analysis on the long term future for the EU Emissions Trading System and carbon pricing.
November 2017. Detailed analysis of the Emissions Trading System in 2017.
November 2017. This briefing puts forward three tools to repair the flexibilities under the ESR.
November 2017. How Germany's electricity exports from lignite are increasing emissions.
October 2017. Report shows how biomass subsidies are secretly funding old coal plants in Europe.
July 2017. The likely impact of the proposed Safety Reserve on the 2030 ESR budget.
June 2017. Aligning Europe’s Policies for Carbon, Efficiency, and Renewables.
June 2017. Seven key reasons for having the 550g/KWh limitation for Capacity Payments.